To find them, you’ve got to be on the lookout. Four miles west of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, down a hill behind two modest homes, sits a pair of blue buildings that don’t give up their secrets.
When NASCAR officials announced Monday afternoon that teams that fail post-race technical inspection could face disqualification, it was music to our ears.
Even though it’s the first of 12 months, January always ends up being one of the busiest racing months of the year. The Chili Bowl is a big part of the early season schedule.
Irwindale Speedway kicked off its 20th season Saturday with the first of seven scheduled Night of Destruction events that are popular with fans of mayhem.
Another year is upon us and this time we will examine the business issues and trends that will affect the motorsports industry throughout the coming 12 months.
Before getting too far into the New Year, let’s take a look at the Chicago area racing scene 25 and 50 years ago. The years were 1994 and 1969.
With a new racing year upon us, let’s look back on a few memorable highlights we enjoyed from the 2018 season.
After school on Wednesday, Dec. 5, my dad and I headed on our way to Indianapolis for the 2018 Performance Racing Industry Trade Show.
The Irwindale Speedway season championship awards banquet was held Saturday in the grand ballroom of the Marriott Courtyard Hotel in Monrovia with 170 in attendance.
One can’t argue with Bernie Ecclestone’s business model. Formula One seemed like a big and important show during the 1970s and it was.